Local filmmaker Thom Fitzgerald's film Splinters, an adaptation of local playwright Lee-Anne Poole's stage play, will be shown at Neptune Theatre until November 8th. The film stars an all-east-coast cast and was shot in the Annapolis Valley.
PReP: Who's Not Getting It?
Online • 2020-10-29
It’s been nearly 5 years since Health Canada approved PrEP, yet the highly effective HIV prevention tool remains underutilized or out-of-reach for far too many. Despite PrEP becoming increasingly accessible and well-known, critical gaps remain in reaching many men.
The information session is Thursday, October 29, 3-4PM PDT, that's 7-8PM Halifax time.
Halifax • 2020-10-22
The Rainbow Refugee Association of Nova Scotia, http://www.rainbowrefugeens.com/ is looking for volunteers!
Here's their latest newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/0b8a98b04bef/rrans-newsletter?e=b06c0574d1
And, here's the list of committees they are looking to staff at the moment:
The team at the Center on Sex*Gender, Allostasis and Resilience (CESAR), led by Dr. Robert-Paul Juster, is looking to better understand how the sex, gender and sexual orientation of individuals affect their adaptation to the COVID-19 crisis.
Simon & Bill are building a campground for the community in the Sunrise Trail / Pictou area.
On Saturday, a couple dozen veterans of Halifax's LGBT Community marched in memory of pride celebrations gone by and friends no longer with us.
There will be no parade as such in Halifax this year, but Atlantic Canada's LGBT Elders Association has called for a MARCH!!
The Halifax Pride Festival is not cancelled, and the dates remain the same as announced earlier this year. There'll be 11 days of advocacy and celebration from July 16th to the 26th.
Three municipal Pride organizations unite for Pride NB 2020 and are inviting all other related organizations to join.